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Old 09-26-2010, 02:08 PM
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Originally Posted by AShoe View Post
The ABS coming on close to a stop is a faulty wheel speed sensor. Pull the sensors and i would bet one of them has metal shavings on it. Clean it up and it should work. As for the squealing I would suspect a rock or pebble worked its way into the caliper somewhere. I had it happen once, when I finally pulled the caliper a rock fell out and the noise was gone.
Thanks! I'll pull the ABS sensors and clean them up.

As for the noise...I suspected the same thing but it has been 5-6 times now where the noise comes, and then goes. I either have really bad luck with road debris/pebbles or something else is going on
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